21 February 2012
Interactive: the Australasian Computer Music Conference 2012
Proposals deadline 27 February
Deadline of proposals for the Australasian Computer Music Conference is approaching fast - the Australasian Computer Music Association is calling for proposals of concert works, installations, research papers and poster presentations for the annual gathering of those interested in digital and electronic music from Australia and New Zealand. Deadline is 27 February - more details are available on the conference website.
The 2012 conference will be held in Brisbane on 12-15 July, hosted by the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. The program will consist of concerts, workshops, project demonstrations, artists talks and research presentations. This year's theme 'interactive', covers performing with and building new musical interfaces, live algorithmic music and network music jamming, among others.
The Australasian Computer Music Association is a community of composers, performers, teachers and technologists who have an interest in, are making music, or supporting music making with computers. Founded in 1989, the organisation provides a forum for sharing new music, research about music technology and computer music, and meeting like-minded people, principally throughout Australia and New Zealand. The main activity of ACMA is the annual conference - ACMA also publishes an occasional newsletter called Chroma, and manages the ACMA email list. More information about ACMA and its activities is available on the website.
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The Australian Music Centre connects people around the world to Australian composers and sound artists. By facilitating the performance, awareness and appreciation of music by these creative artists, it aims to increase their profile and the sustainability of their art form. Established in 1974, the AMC is now the leading provider of information, resources, materials and products relating to Australian new music.
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